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brothers and aunts at one time when then campment was there and to you know, like beggings and asking that you keep us in your good instead and keep us at jefferson when that renovation is complete. thank you. >> thank you. phillips and then debra king. >>> thank you commissioners i'll be brief my name is steven phillips i'm a photographer and a street artist in san francisco and have been on transportation since 1970 and used to live in jefferson and mason and walked down to the agency 'em cafe before it was a pier 39 and sat in the lumbar i can't remember the regard and i recognize how much this city has changed since then and it has made it one of the most remarkable water fronts and it certainly was not back then and i believe the street artists add a tremendous amount of vitality to this city and i'm also happy to be asked and answered question and is we get a dozen of them each day and when i'm across the street i love "where is market street," where is the ferry building," i can't tell you how many times i have been asked that question and i'm alms happy to point them i
and transportation needs. these projects fulfill the criteria for prop a and will beg funding for the future... and the bay shore station. four schools, elementary, middle and high school are near this main artery which needs to provide better routes for our children and youth. the project has enormous support for the residents in the park and three district and similar other districts in the west. for every 20 years this project has been identified as being the critical transportation project for the health and well-being of the san francisco southern region, the community plan will be complete. this relatively small project is more bang to the buck for criteria for funding, it will provide transit reliability and the over development area to the rest of the city it will provide more access and above the other projects proposed that were, the projects should begin priority due to the necessity and the long neglected community. i am familiar with the roadways not being funded by the transportation funds and which makes better sense when a roadway traverses the land and rpd funding has been c
we've seen this of course. it begs the question, would natural gas use is booming across the country will explosions like this happen more often? joining me now is tyson slocum, director of public citizen's energy program. we have david kroetzr researcher in economic and climate change from the heritage foundation. welcome to both of you. what do you think about this. >> i think we definitely have a problem with a lack of adequate federal oversight of pipeline safety. we've got over half a million miles of transmission pipelines crisscrossing across the united states and only about 110 federal inspectors. we had a pipeline safety bill that passed congress and was signed into law by obama in 2011 but it didn't go nearly far enough in beefing up finances to hire more inspectors. to mandate the increased placement of shut-off valves that in case of an incident in a pipeline you could limit the damage. melissa: yeah. >> and also i think we have to reassess the focus over the last decade of looking at terrorism security and look more at maintenance and operations particularly --. melissa:
to a weaker dollar, probably higher gold prices, and more interday volatility. >> susie: so that begs the question then, what should investors be doing with their money. they know rates are really going to be super low for a while. we know the wall street saying, "don't fight the fed." so where should people put their money right now? >> the most likely scenario is that you get a bit of tranquility and then something breaks. and it breaks in the sense that systems are not built to be run at artificial interest rates. and with the fed being both a player and a referee in markets. so the most likely outcome is the benefit of tranquility and then a higher risk of something breaking. so what we're doing is taking down risks. it is a wonderful time for risksset it is time to reduce your risk exposure, and it is time to build a little more inflation protection in your portfolios. >> susie: mohammed, are you buying treasures at this time? would you suggest investors get back to treasuries? >> i would say focus on inflation protected treasuries or tips. part of this message from ben bernanke
state to be in. but it begs the question that it is not a revenue issue, it is a spending issue. tracy: i really hope that something happens with us. and that 250,000 is not offered lots of our families are going to get question. cumbersome, and it didn't time. >> i appreate it. tracy: still to come, beating the street with your investment. up next, house leaders warning their members that they may have to stain washington through christmas. lou dobbs is in the house coming up next and he will give us his opinions. tracy: these days, the leaders of congress reminded of an old married couple. >> yes, you are the most optimistic person in this town. we have some serious differences. >> tell us what you want, that's what i say to them. the one i want a lake house. [laughter] not to mention comedies irreconcilable differences is why washington remains oceans apart in capabilities to strike a deal. the divorce court is here to help. vicki ziegler, author of the complete legal guide to a perfect marriage. it is kind of what it sounds like. she says nobody wants to give in. he puts her head i
beg two questions. one, was he trying to inflame the supremacist base of his following if you look at mccarthy's article, they range from ridiculous to outright insane and many are overtly racist. or is drudge really using the website to say he's ready to have a conversation about race which is overdo you in overdue in this nation. i don't think the right wing want to do that. they say it's behind us, race is divisive. i wonder if he's trying to do one of two things, inspire this race war that so many commenting on mccarthy's article believe is coming or putting it out there that it's time to have a conversation about race. >> cenk: that would be surprising. >> it's possible. >> cenk: yeah okay, but if that's true we should have a conversation about how the drudge report over and over again ran stories of black on white crime. whatever is happening in the country, drudge kept running headlines that were all coincidentally be black on white crimes. when he puts the word out there what is it one two three four five, six seven times. >> seven times yeah. >> cenk: do you believe him th
along. he is begging the white house to show him a path out. and the white house is sitting there going why do we do you any favors? you can understand the politics of it going why? why should do i you a favor, you did me no favors but at some point somebody is going to have to say okay, uncle, let's do this over here. >> the polling that you guys and the journal had would indicate that the public wants to get a deal done but as we know, there was that great jonathan weisman piece in the "times" this week that pointed out half the republican conference in the house was re-elected with 55% of the vote. the pointing being the political leverage with those members of congress come from the primary, not from the general election and that's what drives it. >> it is splitting the party. the guys that are statewide office holders are going to the house republicans you're killing party as a national -- and they are. if they're not careful, they are. >> you guys heard about it this morning, i wrote about it. the republican brand, republicans this morning are pointing to a number that says 56% of
beg you, one thing where you would cut this, what would it be? >> you -- >> neil: you don't know, do you? >> yes, i do know but i have to have time to explain. i can't tell you i'm going to cut this and that. first of all it has to be a dialogue. we've not had that. we have to see what is being proposed so we can react. we have said what we're willing to look at. >> neil: you haven't done that. you haven't but hope springs eternal. i want to get you back but this is a waste of time. >> i'm not because we have not had the opportunity -- e deals at at the time... but later... [ shirt ] merry christmas, everybody! not so much. ho ho ho! this isn't that kind of deal. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. save on ground shipping at fedex office. campbell's has 24 new soups that will make it drop over, and over again. ♪ from jammin' jerk chicken, to creamy gouda bisque. see what's new from campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. i had[ designer ]eeling enough of just covering up my moderate to severe see what's new from campbell's. plaque psoriasis. i decided enough is eno
about them, they do not have to go begging the politicians they may be investigating to please fund their investigations. their funding is totally independent of state lawmakers. so when they want to investigate state lawmakers, they are insulated from those lawmakers trying to shut them down by shutting down their funding. it's a smart system, right? it's a tough system, it's independent, it's aggressively nonpartisan. now it's not like wisconsin elections are perfect. they may have this tough, independent, aggressively nonpartisan structure at the state level, but they do have very partisan elected clerks at the county level who have to administer elections by county. and some of those county officials are more partisan and therefore maybe a little more suspect than others. but the overall structure of the state, the elections are not being run by one of these guys. they're not being run by a katherine harris or a john husted or got guessler there is no statewide elected official who is running the election and endorsing one of the candidates in that election that they are running
to him now we're talking president. >> there's a reason all those wall street financers were begging chris christie to run last time, because they thought he could win and i think if he had run this time, he had -- he could have got all those blue collar guys in michigan, all the blue collar guys in ohio, all the blue collar guys in wisconsin. he's a blue collar guy and he would have won the south anyway. he would have been a great candidate. the question is is -- >> when did you start saying this? >> i said it on your show. the question is in four years can he maintain that. >> let's not talk about four years. let's talk about right now. don't do that. don't do what you just said. this is what it looks like right now. >> right now he would be a great candidate. >> shrummy, let's talk about culture. you're a student of popular culture. something says to me it's jersey's turn. it just is. if you don't buy it, say you don't buy that. >> i don't buy that. i think this i go is really interesting. he's a big winner in 2012 -- >> would you ever back a republican under any circumstance unde
today-- insist that the president hasn't put forward spending cuts, one, it begs the question, what spending cuts have the republicans put forward? >> reporter: the president was asked if he was optimistic about reaching a deal. >> still a work in progress. >> reporter: but senate majority leader harry reid said republicans in congress should yield to public opinion about tax increases. >> speaker boehner knows or should know that the middle- class tax help that we have to pass would sail through the house of representatives. democrats would overwhelmingly vote for it. i would doubt there could be any democrat that would vote against it. and as we know from the chorus of republicans that are added to every day, more republicans join every day. >> reporter: in fact, new polls show americans do want compromise, and it's the democrats who hold the edge. an nbc/"wall street journal" poll released yesterday shows a majority. 65% say president obama has a mandate on both increasing taxes on the wealthy and reducing federal spending; a similar two-thirds are willing to accept tax increases
. >> reporter: i was waiting for you to ask to see his license. it turns out an exec had begged stevie wonder's manager to listen to asan's records. after listening, stevie agreed to show up and surprise the kid. >> i was just mind employee. and then stevie played while asan sang. imagine your idol's voice joining yours. but it turns out this wasn't the first time that stevie wonder has done this. ♪ isn't she lovely >> oprah calls it one of her favorite moments. star search champion, jake simpson was belting out stevie's song blissfully unaware that oprah's staff had arranged for a surprise guest. ♪ isn't she pretty ♪ oh, my god! >> eventually, they
in at 47. >> just a little bit outside. >> which begs the question, you know, i've always followed gallup, and i've alleged loves gallup, but this is just sort of a branding thing. i see gallup putting the president's approval rating at a certain number, i might as well be getting it from my 4-year-old, jack. >> they have a real challenge in front of them to fix their brand. you know what's been a problem for gallup is that for 20 years, professional pollsters, and you've heard this, joe, have whispered to us, be careful at gallup. this or that, and they never seemed to be that off, but they had a pretty bad year. >> take us through these poll numbers, shall we, chuck? big takeaway. >> our big takeaway has to do with the fact that the blame is now sort of evenly divided between both sides. much different than the abc poll of a couple of days ago. what's your big takeaway from this poll? >> by the way, what's different is that we offered the both part of this. >> oh, okay. >> abc did not. >> there you go. >> how you word a question and what you offer, that stuff does matter. we believe in
, folks at "the new york times," be a little more hypocritical of mr. buffett, please. i beg you. i'm done with my nasty stuff today. >> warren buffett is almost sacred. >> not to me, simon. >> there are no sacred cows. you know that. >> not to me. he's an investor like anybody else. >> keep those tweets coming. ben bernanke celebrating his 59th birthday today. we want to know, what do you think bernanke will be wishing for when he blows out his birthday candles which, of course, is what you do if you're on the board of the fomc? tweet us, @squawkstreet. we'll read some of your answers next. sors. can i help you? i heard you guys can ship ground for less than the ups store. that's right. i've learned the only way to get a holiday deal is to camp out. you know we've been open all night. is this a trick to get my spot? [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. save on ground shipping at fedex office. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. ...so as you can see, geico's customer satisfaction is at 97%. mmmm tasty. and cut! very good. people are always asking me how we make t
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